2018 Summer Science Institute: Educating for Environmental Change
The application period for this institute has closed. Applicants should be notified of their admission status on or before May 1st.
Indiana University and WonderLab Museum of Science, Health, and Technology present a hands-on institute for middle and high school science teachers focused on climate change and its impact on your community.
Date: Wednesday – Friday June 13-15, 2018
Locations: Hosted in Bloomington, IN at Indiana University and WonderLab, with field and lab sessions at IU Research and Teaching Preserve
Teacher Grade Levels: Middle School and High School science teachers (grades 7-12)
Application details: Applications received by April 15 will receive full consideration; those received after April 15 will be considered until the class is filled.
What will I learn?
- In-depth science content presented by IU faculty
- Classroom-ready, hands-on activity ideas
- Field trips at the IU Research and Teaching Preserve
- Direct linkage to Indiana science standards
- Daily stipend (including travel, housing and meals)
- Free admission to WonderLab Museum during workshop
- Resources and materials for your classroom
- Professional Growth Plan points (PGPs) for qualified teachers
- Option for IU Graduate credit
For more information, contact: Emmy Brockman, WonderLab Education Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 812.337.1337 ext. 17
View and share the 2018 Summer Science Institute flyer here.
Recognition of support
- IU Environmental Resilience Institute
- IU Research & Teaching Preserve